Bill Fellows, I.C.E.,
Green Cleaning Advisor,
Bill Fellows Consulting

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    • Bill started in the service industry in February of 1966. He and his wife, Regina, owned and operated their own business providing cleaning and light maintenance services for industrial, commercial, retail and healthcare facilities as well as owning a retail janitorial supply company. In 1989 Bill joined GMARA, a joint venture between GM and ARA services (now Aramark). The primary goal of the organization was to establish standard cleaning practices for the entire customer portfolio. The mission grew to include mobile equipment management as well as facility building and grounds services and Bill became part of a team of subject matter experts. Bill was named an internal ISO auditor and International Support Person (ISP) and traveled extensively throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, China and the United Kingdom. The assignments ranged from refining existing programs to business development support to setting up green field sites with the entire building and grounds maintenance program as well as technical and safety training programs. Bill was certified as an ISSA Cleaning Industry Management Standard (CIMS) Assessor and Industry Certified Expert (I.C.E.), an assessor for the ISSA Cleaning Industry Management Standard for Green Buildings and Services (CIMS-GB). Bill works as a consultant with companies who want to achieve CIMS Certification, helping identify gaps in their present processes and training employees how to improve the processes to enable them to be ready for the CIMS assessment.

Wendy Dietzler
Director of Education
Trade Press Media Group

On June 1, 2015, OSHA will retire its most frequently cited Hazard Communication Standard, and replace it with the United Nations Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals, or GHS. But that doesn't mean facility professionals can wait another 18 months to comply with the new GHS standard.

A key training deadline of December 1 (yes, that's December 1 of THIS year) mandates that all staff who handle chemicals must be trained on the new labeling protocols, regardless of whether your facility uses simple cleaning products, chlorine, compressed gas or corrosive chemicals.

Purchase this web training, provided by industry consultant Bill Fellows, for a thorough understanding of the changes in store under GHS. Learn how this new, far-reaching standard that mandates stringent hazardous chemical labeling will impact you.

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*For those attendees who successfully complete a learning outcomes assessment, Trade Press Media Group is authorized by IACET to offer 0.1 CEUs for this program.